Re: Kep probs...Geosats.....

From: John locker (satcom@uksysops.com)
Date: Mon Jan 15 2001 - 02:12:36 PST

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    Hi Tony,...
    
    Yes...Lyngsat "lists" 1a at 19.2 , but if you go to the tracking page it
    advises that tracking is not available for this satellite.
    
    I checked some of the Intelsats , but will have to find my notes on which
    were out of position.Meanwhile I'm waiting for a reply from the guys at
    LogSat who are looking into this.
    
    Regards,
    
    john.
    
    
    Subject: Re: Kep probs...Geosats.....
    
    
    > At 00:22 15/01/01 , you wrote:
    > >Hi Tony,
    > >
    > >Astra 1d should be 28 degs East(Its one of the astra group that is
    located
    > >with the newer birds) ...but it is not affected by the bug....only
    certain
    > >sats sem to be "bugged"
    > >if you take a look at http://www.lyngsat.com you'll see that they are
    saying
    > >Asta 1a info is unavailable in the tracking section....all very strange.
    > >
    > >Heavens above also locates Astra 1a ( 19688) over the Pacific !
    > >
    > >I am beginning to wonder if this is a bug associated with Y2K+1
    > John, which other geosats are showing inconsistent positions?
    > Incidentally, I looked at the lynqsat.com site at about 1400 UT jan 14,
    > and found ASTRA 1A listed at 19.2 East position .
    > Tony Beresford
    
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